Windows xp clock not updating
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If the problem persists, try changing the system registry setting as per the below.
If you have never used the system registry before, ask someone who has.
The following is an excerpt from Change the Default Update Interval If your clock is constantly out of sync even though it says the sync was successful, the problem could be that your computer is losing time because of a system clock problem.
Extract it to temp folder and inside under MSHDQFE\Win2K_XP\us you’ll have it.
People have reported that although they have manually set the date/time on their computer, this gets changed by the windows time server (time.windows.com) when connected to the Internet and for some reason it doesn't display the right date/time.
First off, check there aren't any releases at Microsoft's Windows Update Now below are the notes I've had to try and fix this before (personally it was because Microsoft released an optional windows update that fixed my issue.
check that this issue isn't being caused by any Windows 7 desktop gadgets.
Sometime ago I had an issue with Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 3 and I quickly found out none of HD audio/modem devices where recognized even after installation of proper drivers.
I’ve tried few different solutions, until I found this entry in some Chinese forums (thanks Google for translations, and sorry forgot the source).
To make Windows see these devices (Audio device on High Definition audio bus) follow step below: Download this software : from 300 to 200 and Restart Install kb888111xp2(Microsoft UAA Patch) Change CSDVersion back to 300.
Restart Install device drivers Enjoy :) Tested and Worked for : Realtek HD, Audio Devices HD, Onboard AMD(ATI) x1250 video and modem Windows XP drivers.